Posted by Cognito on Fri, Jun 03 2011

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The SIFMA tech countdown

I'm always surprised by how fast the SIFMA tech conference seems to come around each year. In just nine days, hundreds of fintech companies will converge in the midtown Hilton hotel along with the occasional bag lady, shoving free branded trinkets into tote bags.

Interestingly, this year's conference has been renamed as the "Financial Services Technology Leaders Forum and Expo" vs last year's "Financial Services Technology Expo." Kudos to SIFMA for looking to bring a greater sense of thought leadership to a conference that has increasingly felt like a zoo than a forum. 

Cognito will be present in full force at the conference, working with our clients to bring thought leadership to the conference - commenting on issues ranging from the new derivatives market structure to back-office automation and trade messaging.

If you're planning on attending the conference, whether as an attendee or an exhibitor, make sure to leverage the opportunity to communicate your message and story clearly to the clients, prospective clients, journalists, consultants, analysts, and influencer community that will be present at the show.

In just the nine days left before the conference, there's still an opportunity to cement your communications strategy in order to maximize the time you're spending at the conference.

Best of luck and see you there!

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